The ice fjord in Ilulissat
Greenland could well qualify as a UNESCO world heritage site in its all. But there is only one place that has this brand to it and it is the magnificent ice fjord that produce some 70 million tons of ice bergs from the inland icecap to the Diskobay each day. It is a great site even if the break of point has moved further inland and not in view from the marked hiking tracks. There are plenty of tour operators that offers boat tours out to the giant icebergs prices are steep to say the lest, we had a offer to 800 DDK per person for a boat ride. The timing to our visit was not good, so we looked for a other option and found it in the fishing harbor where we agreed on a tour for as long as we liked with a local fisher for 250 per person (4 persons), and we could determine where to go, so we had a nice tour and lunched in a beautiful setting among the icebergs.